It's going to be a light month here at Moms Inspire Learning, as I'm giving myself an online spring break. There won't be many full length posts, but instead some quotes, article links, and flashbacks to previous April posts.
Today, I have a thought-provoking quote and an article.
"The people who welcome us to the library are idealists, who believe that accurate information leads to good decisions and that exposure to the intellectual riches of civilization leads to a better world. The next Abraham Lincoln could be sitting in their library, teaching himself all he needs to know to save the country." ~Marilyn Johnson, as per Los Angeles Times' article, U.S. Public Libraries: We lose them at our peril
You all know how I feel about libraries. At a time when we're all swimming is an endless sea of information, we need libraries and librarians more than ever. I hope you'll take some time out to read the full article, and to visit your local library.
And in case you missed my previous posts, here are a few:
As Earth Day is rapidly approaching, I hope you all give yourselves a little chance to step out into the sunshine too. Enjoy!